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La Carboneria

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Skip the Line: Tablao Flamenco Pura Esencia Ticket
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Skip the Line: Tablao Flamenco Pura Esencia Ticket

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Enjoy a live flamenco show on the banks of the Guadalquivir River in the Triana district, considered the heart of flamenco in Seville. Watch a flamenco dance performance accompanied by live Spanish guitar, singing, and rhythmic clapping that fill the small theater. Your ticket includes a tasting of Manzanilla, a typical sherry wine from southern Andalusia.
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NextStopBlog wrote a review Mar 2020
Luxembourg District, Luxembourg31 contributions3 helpful votes
What a lovely find! We were brought here by a walking tour about Flamenco music in Seville. This is the place to be to find beautiful traditional flamenco performances without any unnecessary theatrics.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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cowenzo wrote a review Feb 2020
Bologna, Italy107 contributions38 helpful votes
Dpn't expect a large selection of tapas/food in this place; what you will find here is good drinks (cerveza y sangria) and above all fantastic flamenco!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Marco_Polo499 wrote a review Feb 2020
Milan, Italy256 contributions430 helpful votes
Don’t expect a show in the classic sense of the word. La Carboneria is a tavern where you go to have a bier (or a whiskey or other), to eat some simple food (but only if you want to eat) and to chat with your friends or other customers; in the meantime you can watch short flamenco performances given at fixed times. The business is open at night from 7 p.m., and you can stay as long as you like. The venue is a large space equipped with long communal benches and tables, and drinks are definitely cheap, possibly cheaper than in an ordinary coffee-shop. The “tablao” (the wooden stage where the dancers perform) is very small and is located in a remote corner of the room, therefore you won't see very much if you're not sitting nearby. The troupe is composed of one dancer, one singer and one guitarist: they perform several times in an evening, for a duration of about 30 minutes each time. The performances are good, but you don't have to expect extraordinary things: after all the show is free. The atmosphere is popular, noisy and informal; generally, the site is very crowded, with many people spending there the whole evening: it is easy to get in touch with other people, both Spanish and non Spanish. La Carboneria is a place worth seeing in itself: flamenco is an added bonus. The site is easily accessible on foot from the Cathedral. Anyone in the area can help you find the place since La Carboneria is very popular. There are no entrance tickets and there are no limits to the length of stay.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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OnceUponASmile wrote a review Feb 2020
Milan, Italy136 contributions102 helpful votes
If you're looking for a relaxed atmosphere, good live music, nice people and good vobes, this is the place.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dominique K wrote a review Feb 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia81 contributions29 helpful votes
The flamenco is awesome. The service is lousy, they seemed to be especially rude to Americans. CASH ONLY! And you are required to buy a drink; it’s worth it though for the flamenco. Arrive early if you want good seats. Lots of standing room though and you can see the performance just fine. There is an artist there who has been painting beautiful pictures of flamenco for 10+ years. I bought one from him back in 2012... it was fun to see him still painting there. Overall worth it!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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